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Control system for permanent magnet synchronous motor










Image Number 14 for United States Patent #5854547.

To provide a control system for a permanent magnet synchronous motor which can ensure stability of the current control system, even if the revolution frequency of the motor becomes higher and the terminal voltage of the motor exceeds the inverter maximum output voltage. In this method, when the revolution frequency of the motor exceeds a specified value, the size of the voltage vector is made a specified voltage vector, and a modulation factor based on its value is obtained. At the same time, a magnetic flux direction current correction value is found based on the size of a voltage vector from a polarity coordinates conversion unit and the above specified voltage vector size. Then, the magnetic flux direction current instruction is corrected by that value.








 
 
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